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Amiran, D.H.K. (1960). Commentary on W.P. Webb's concepts in American frontier history. Association of American Geographers, 50, 97. 


Amit, I. (1988).  Projects for the settlement of Jews in the sanjak of Acre, 1902-1903, Cathedra, 49, 103-116. (Hebrew)


Amit, I. (1989). American Jewry and the settlement of Palestine, Zion Commonwealth, Inc. In R. Kark, (Ed.) The Land that Became Israel (pp. 250-274). Jerusalem: Yale University Press.


Amit, I. (1989). Creator of Jewish settlement in the eastern Lower Galille. Contemporary Jewry, 5,137-52. (Hebrew)


Amit, I. (1991). Controversy over the purchase of land in Sheikh Munis. Historical-Geographical Studies in the Settlement of Eretz-Israel,2 ,167-184. (Hebrew)


Amit, I. (1993).  Private capital investment in agricultural enterprise in the Sharon Plain during the latter 1920s. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 14, 122-141. (Hebrew)


Amit, I. (1995). An unknown story Yeffe-Nof, a settlement that was not, Karka, 39, 67-79. (Hebrew)


Amit, I. (1996). Private Jewish investors in Palestine in the 1920s. In J. Gardus, and G. Lipshitz, (Eds.) The Mosaic of Israeli Geography, (pp. 451-459).  Beer-Sheva: Ben-Gurion University Press.


Amit, I. (1996). The organization of the Zionist space at the end of the Ottoman period. In B. Pierct (Ed.), Settlement Geography of Israel: Spatial Experiments, Vol. 1, (pp. 5-113). Tel-aviv: The Open University. (Hebrew)


Amit, I. (1996). National capital and private Initiative: The plains and the valleys, 1920-1929. In B. Pierct (Ed.), Settlement Geography of Israel: Spatial Experiments, Vol. 2, (pp. 117-183). Tel-aviv: The Open University. (Hebrew)


Amit, I. (1998).  Jewish investors during the 1920s in the citrus industry of Israel - business and Zionism. In H. Brodsky (Ed.) Land and Community: Geography in Jewish Studies. (pp. 129-136). College Park, Maryland: The University of Maryland Press.


Amit, I. (1998).  Policy of land purchase in Palestine during the Mandate period. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 15, 151-178. (Hebrew)


Amit, I. (2000). Economic and Zionist ideological perceptions: Private initiative in Palestine in the 1920s and 1930s. Middle Eastern Studies, 36 (2), 82-102.


Amit, I. (2000). Appearance and image of built properties in Sharon Park, Yehoshua Hankins Treasurces. In P. Kutiel, (Ed.), The Sharon Park Nature, Landscape and National Heritage Conservation, (pp. 97-108). Tel Aviv: Eretz Geographic Research end Publications. (Hebrew)


Ariel, Y., and Kark, R. (1996). Messianism, holiness, and community: A Protestant American-Swedish sect in Jerusalem, 1881-1933. Church History, 65, 641-657. 


Azaryahu, M. (1986). Street names and political identity: The case of East Berlin. Journal of Contemporary History, 21, 581-604. 


Azaryahu, M. (1988). What is to be remembered: The struggle over street names, Berlin 1921-1930. Tel Avier Jahrbuch fuer deutsche Geschicte, 17, 241-258.  (German)


Azaryahu, M. (1990). Renaming the past. Changes in "city text" in Germany and Austria 1945-1947. History and Memory, 2(2), 32-53. 


Azaryahu, M. (1992). The purge of Bismarck and Saladin. The renaming of streets in Haifa and East Berlin. A comparative study in culture-planning. Poetics Today, 13(1), 351-367. 


Azaryahu, M. (1992). War memorials and the commemoration of the Israeli War of Independence. Studies in Zionism, the Yishuv and the State of Israel, 13(1), 57-77. 


Azaryahu, M. (1993). Between two cities. The commemoration of the Israeli War of Independence in Tel-Aviv and Haifa. A study in the construction of Israeli memory. Cathedra, 68, 98-125.  (Hebrew)


Azaryahu, M. (1993). Monuments of heroic sacrifice in Jerusalem. In E. Shiller (Ed.), Ariel (pp. 127-132).  (Hebrew)


Azaryahu, M. (1994). Historical heritage in the cityscape: Renaming streets in East Berlin 1945-1991. In S. Volkov (Ed.), From Division to Unification: Germany 1945-1990 (pp. 127-146). Tel-Aviv: Am Oved.  (Hebrew)


Azaryahu, M. (1995). State Cults: Celebrating Independence and Commemorating the Fallen in Israel 1948-1956. Sde Boker: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press.  (Hebrew)


Azaryahu, M. (1995). The monument in memory of the 54th battalion of the Givati brigade in Huleikat. A study in the commemoration of the Israeli War of Independence. Iunim BeTkumat Israel, 5, 336-363.  (Hebrew)


Azaryahu, M. (1996). Water towers in the landscape of memory: Negba, Yad Mordechai and Beerot Yitzhak. Cathedra, 79, 160-173.  (Hebrew)


Azaryahu, M. (1996). Mount Herzl: The creation of Israel's national cemetery. Israel Studies, 1(2), 46-74. 


Azaryahu, M. (1996). The topography of national remembrance. Two Israeli cases. In Y. Gradus and G. Lipshitz (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography (pp. 253-260). Beer Sheva: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. 


Azaryahu, M. (1997). The mythic geography of the 11th Adar: From Tel Hai to Birya and Eilat. Horizons in Geography, 46-47, 9-20.  (Hebrew)


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Bar-Gal, Y. (1989). Naming city streets - A chapter in the history of Tel-Aviv, 1909-1947. Contemporary Jewry, 10, 40-49. 


Bar-Gal, Y. (1991). One hundred years of geography teaching in Israel. Horizons in Geography, 32, 17-29.  (Hebrew)


Bar-Gal, Y. (1992). Moledet and Geography in One Hundred Years of Zionist Education. Tel-Aviv: Am Oved.  (Hebrew)


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Ben-Arieh, Y. (1970). The Rediscovery of the Holy Land in the 19th Century. Jerusalem: Carta and Israel Exploration Society.  (Hebrew)


Ben-Arieh, Y. (1972). Pioneer scientific exploration in the Holy Land at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Terra Incognitae - The Annals of the Society for History of Discoveries, 4, 95-110. 


Ben-Arieh, Y. (1972). The old city of Jerusalem as seen by western travellers and explorers during the first half of the nineteenth century. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 8, 101-128.  (Hebrew)


Ben-Arieh, Y. (1973). Lynch's expedition to the Dead Sea. The Journal of the National Archives, 5(1), 14-21. 


Ben-Arieh, Y. (1973). The first surveyed maps of Jerusalem. Eretz-Israel: Archaeological, Historical and Geographical Studies, 11, 64-74.  (Hebrew)


Ben-Arieh, Y. (1974). Frederick Catherwood map of Jerusalem - 1833. The Quarterly Journal of the Library of Congress, July, 150-160. 


Ben-Arieh, Y. (1974). The land of Israel as a subject for historical geography research. Social Studies Quarterly, 9, 5-26. 


Ben-Arieh, Y. (1975). The growth of Jerusalem in the nineteenth century. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 65(2), 254-269. 


Ben-Arieh, Y. (1976). Christians' activity and dispersion in nineteenth century Jerusalem. Journal of Historical Geography, 2(1), 49-69. 


Ben-Arieh, Y. (1977). Jerusalem travel literature as a historical source and cultural phenomenon. In M. Davis and Y. Ben-Arieh (Eds.), With Eyes Towards Zion (pp. 25-46). 


Ben-Arieh, Y. (1982). Historical geography in Israel: Retrospect and prospect. In A.R.H. Baker and M. Billinge (Eds.), Period and Place: Research Methods in Historical Geography (pp. 3-10). Cambridge. 


Ben-Arieh, Y. (1983). Urban development in the Holy Land, 1800-1914. In J. Pattern (Ed.), The Expanding City (pp. 1-35). Oxford. 


Ben-Arieh, Y. (1986). Nineteenth century Hebrew periodicals as a source for America - Holy Land Studies. In M. Davis (Ed.), With Eyes Towards Zion (pp. 178-206). New York. 


Ben-Arieh, Y. (1989). Nineteenth century historical geographies of the Holy Land. Journal of Historical Geography, 15(1), 69-79. 


Ben-Arieh, Y., and Kark, R. (1989-1997). Israel Studies in Historical Geography. Jerusalem: Magnes Press.


Ben-Arieh, Y. (1991). Holy Land views in the nineteenth century travel literature. In M. Davis and Y. Ben-Arieh (Eds.), With Eyes Towards Zion (pp. 10-22). 


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1977). Har-Tuv, a forgotton Moshava. Horizons in Geography, 3, 123-140. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1982). Geographical interpretation of historical resources. Horizon in Geography, 6, 35-48. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1983). Documents regarding the construction of buildings and stables in Zichron-Yaakov, 1883-1885. Cathedra, 29, 45-62. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1984). From laborers to settlers. Horizon in Geography, 10 , 85-97. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. and Bigger, G. (1984). Change in the Landscape of Galilee, 1920-1948. In A. Sofer, The Land of Galilee, Haifa, 443-460. Haifa: Haifa University Press. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. and Schiller, E. (1985). Haifa and its Sites. Jerusalem: Ariel. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1987). Two episodes in the history of Haifa in the mid-nineteenth century. Cathedra ,42, 171-183. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1987). On the history of Haifa street names. Jewish Language Review, 7b, 17-28. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y., Ben-Ariech Y. and Goren, H. (Eds.), (1987). Historical-geographical studies in the settlement of Eretz Isreal. Jerusalem: Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y., (1988). The capture of Haifa in the first world war. Maarachot, 312-313, 46-52. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y., Kark, R., and Aronson, R. (1988). Hans or estates - and their role in the landscape of 19th centuty Palestine. Zionism, 13, 263-284. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1989). Joahness Zeller - A missionary to Nazareth and to the Holy-Land. Cathedra, 50, 73-97. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1989). Traditional and modern settlement types in Eretz-Israel in the modern ara. In R.

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Ben-Artzi, Y., and Naor, M. (1989). Haifa and its Development, 1918-1948. Idan Publications, 12, Jerusalem: Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1990). The agricaultural development in the Jewish Moshavot 1882-1914. In G. Gilbar, (Ed.), Ottoman Palestine, 1800-1914, Studies in Economic and Social History  (pp. 131-158). Leiden: Brill.


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1990). The Jewish settlement in Palestine in the early Muslim period (634-1099). In A. Carmel, P. Schafer, and Y. Ben-Artzi, (Eds.),  The Jewish Settlement in Palestine, 634-1881 (pp. 18-21). Wiesbaden: Dr. Reichert Verlag.


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1990). Building in Metulla, 1902-1896. Israel - People and Nation . Annual publication of Tel-Aviv Museum, 5-6, 219-232. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1991). The Carmelite monastery in Haifa during World War I. In M. Eliav, (ed.), Siege and Distress  (pp. 261-280). Jerusalem: Yad Itzhak Ben-Zvi. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1991). German-Holy-Land studies: a conceptual framework. In Davis, M., Ben-Artzi, Y. (Eds.), With Eyes towards Zion, III, (pp. 179-185). New-York: Praeger.


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1992). The history of the war of independence. Cathedra, 65, 159-167, (Hebrew).


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1992). Unbekannte plane und landkarten von gottlieb schumacher. Zeitschrift des deutschen Palastina-Verein, 107, 176-192. (German)



Ben-Artzi, Y. (1992). Religions ideology and landscape formation: the case of the German Templars in Eretz-Israel. In A.R.H. Bakre, and G. Bigger,  (Eds.), Ideology and Landscape in Historical Perspective (pp. 83-106). Cambridge: C.U.P.


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1994). Unrealized development plans of Haifa at the end of 19th century. Cathedra, 73, 62-82. (Hebrew version)


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1995). Between workers and farmers: woman at the dawn of settlement, 1882-1914. In Y. Azmon, (Ed.), Woman in Jewish Societies (309-324). Jerusalem. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1996). Mapai's settlement plans in anticipation of the establishment of the state. Contemorary Jewry, 10, 209-236. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1996). Moshav hapoalim and its importance in the history of the Yishuv. Zionism, 20, 103-133. (Hebrew)


Ben-Artzi, Y. (1996). Imitation or original? shaping the cultural landscape of pioneer Jewish settlement in Eretz Israel, 1882-1914. Journal of Historical Geography, 22(3), 308-326.


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Ben-Artzi, Y. (1999). Haifa - Local History. Haifa: Haifa University Press. (Hebrew)


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Biger, G. (1981). The economic plan of the Mandatory Government, Cathedra, 15, 200-203. (Hebrew)


Biger, G. (1981). Where was Palestine? Pre World War I perceptions of an unknown familiar area.

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Biger, G. (1981). The development of the built-up area of Jerusalem in the first decade of the British period. In E. Shealtiel (ed.) Chapters in the history of Jerusalem in Modern time, (pp. 255-278). Jerusalem: Yad Ben Zvi. (Hebrew)


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Biger, G. (1982). The perception of the boundaries of Eretz Israel (Palestine) in the eyes of the First Alia people. Horizons in Geography, 6, 27-33. (Hebrew)


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Biger, G. (1983). National Homeland or Crown Colony. Jerusalem: Yad Yizhak Ben Zvi. (Hebrew)


Biger, G. (1983). The distribution of the industry in Palestine in the early Mandate period. Economic Quarterly, 29(115), 378-393. (Hebrew)


Biger, G. (1983). The territorial organization of the British regime in Palestine. Horizons in Geography, 9-10, 15-24. (Hebrew)


Biger, G. (1983). European Influence on Town Planning in Palestine, 1880-1920. Oxford: CUCANZUS.


Biger, G. (1984). The industry in the towns and districts of Palestine in the early Mandate period, Cathedra 29, 79-112. (Hebrew)


Biger, G. (1984). European influence on town planning and town building in Palestine, 1850-1920, Urbanism Past and Present, 19, 1(17), 30-35.


Biger, G. (1985). Municipal elections in British Palestine. State, Government and International Relations, 24, 63-85. (Hebrew)


Biger, G. (1986). Urban hierarchy of British Palestine. Research in the geography of Israel, 12, 87-108. (Hebrew)


Biger, G. (1986). The dispersion of the Jewish population of Jerusalem during the Mandate period. Cathedra 39, 125-140. (Hebrew)


Biger, G. (1986). Urban planning, open space and garden suburbs in Jerusalem in the 1920's, Zionism, 7, 1(13), 1-10.


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Biger, G. (1988). The international boundary between Israel and Egypt. Cathedra, 88, 161-162. (Hebrew)

Biger, G. (1988). The American View of the Tel-Hai Affair. The Journal of Israeli History, 19,1, 91-94.


Biger, G. (1989). The buildings of Jerusalem during the British Mandate period. In H. Lavski, (ed.) Jerusalem in the Zionist Ideology and activities, (pp. 183-215). Jerusalem: Yad Ben Zvi. (Hebrew)


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Biger, G. (1989). The American consulate in Palestine and the 1920-1921 disturbances, Cathedra, 49, 133-159.


Biger, G. (1989).  A Scotsman in the First Hebrew City. Ariel, 77-78, 15-20. (Hebrew)


Biger, G. (1991). Geographical organization of Palestine during the military administration, 1917-1920. In M. Eliav,  (ed.) Siege and Distress, (pp. 248-259). Jerusalem: Yad Ben Zvi, (Hebrew)


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Biger, G. ands Liphschitz, N. (1991). Regional dendrohistory and timber analysis: the use of wood in building of 19th century Jaffa. Mediterranean Historical Review 6, 86-104.


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Biger, G. (1992). Patrick Geddes and the first urban plan of Tel Aviv. Scottish Geographical Magazine, 108, 4-8.


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Biger, G. and Liphschitz, N. (1992). Timber in the First Aliya buildings. Horizons in Geography, 33-34, 43-58. (Hebrew)


Biger, G. and Liphschitz, N. (1992). Tree ring and dendrohistorical investigations in Israel - The use of imported timber in 19th century Israel. LUNDQUA, 34, 30-33.


Biger, G. and Liphschitz, N. (1993). Tree ring research of the 19th century American construction in Israel. Dendrochronologia, 11, 139-150.


Biger, G. and Grossman, D. (1993). Village and town population in Palestine during the Mandate period and their relevance to archaeology. The 2nd International Congress of Biblical Archaeology, 1990, Paper Supplementies, pp. 19-30, Jerusalem.


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Biger, G. and Liphschitz, N. (1995). Australian trees in the Land of Israel 1865-1950, The Journal of Israeli History, 16, 235-244.


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Biger, G. and Liphschitz, N. (1997).  Domestication of exotic trees in Mandatory Palestine. Cathedra, 85, 126-161.


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Biger, G. (2000). Applied historical geography: Budweiser Beer against Budvar Beer. In Y. Ben-Artzi, et al. (eds.), Studies in Geography and history (pp. 134-142). Jerusalem: Magnes Press (Hebrew)


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Kark, R. (1986). Acquisition of land in Emeq Hefer, 1800-1930. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 12, 31-51.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1986). Settlement activity in the Negev in the decade before statehood. Idan, 6, 65-73.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1987). Jerusalem in New England. Ariel, 69, 52-61.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1987). Mahane Israel: A pioneering neighborhood. Land and Nature, 29, 29-31.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1987). Comments on Moses Montefiore's activity in Eretz-Israel. In I. Bartal (Ed.), The Age of Moses Montefiore (pp. 41-43). Jerusalem: Misgav Yerushalayim.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R., and Shilloni, T. (1988). The Bergheim family and the farm in Abu Shusha. In C. Issawi (Ed.), The Fertile Crescent 1800-1914. A documentary Economic History (pp. 332-336). New York: Oxford Press. 


Kark, R. (1988). Annual reports of the United States consuls in the Holy Land as a source for the study of nineteenth century Palestine. Cathedra, 50, 111-139.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1988). Historical sites - Perception and land purchase: The case of Modiin, 1882-1931. Studies in Zionism, the Yishuv and the State of Israel, 9, 1-17. 


Kark, R. (1990). Historical sites - Perception and land purchase: The case of Modiin, 1882-1931. In R. Kark (Ed.), Redemption in the Land of Eretz Israel - Ideology and Practice (pp. 96-117). Jerusalem: Yad-Izhak Ben-Zvi. 


Kark, R. (1990). The decline and rise of the coastal towns in Palestine 1800-1914. In B.Z. Kedar, T. Dothan, and S. Safrai (Eds.), Commerce in Palestine Through the Ages, Studies (pp. 324-337). Jerusalem: Yad-Izhak Ben-Zvi. 


Kark, R. (1990). The Land that Became Israel. Studies in Historical Geography (pp. 362). New Haven: Yale University Press.


Kark, R. (1992). The Finn family in Jerusalem, agriculture, Jews and millenarism. Cathedra, 66, 175-173.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1992). The journey of W.H. Rudy from Chicago to the Swedish-American colony in Jerusalem. Etmol, 17(4), 7-9.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1993). The contribution of nineteenth century Protestant missionary societies to historical cartography. Imago Mundi, 45, 112-119. 


Kark, R. (1995). Post-Civil War American communes: A millenarian utopian commune linking Chicago and Sweden to Jerusalem. Communal Societies, 15, 75-114. 


Kark, R. (1996). Sweden and the Holy Land: Pietistic and communal settlement. Journal of Historical Geography, 22, 46-67. 


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Katz, Y. (1977). The origins of the moshava Kinneret. Nofim, 5, 37-49.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1978). A comparison between Kinneret at its inception and the Migdal farm. Nofim, 9-10, 145-154.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1980). Poriyah: The first achuza in Palestine. Horizons in Geography, 4, 57-65.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1981). A Town is Born (pp. 160). Tel-Aviv: Ministry of Defense. (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1981). Private initiative in second aliyah settlement. Studies in Zionism, the Yishuv and the State of Israel, 341. 


Katz, Y. (1982). The achuza projects in Eretz Israel 1908-1917. Cathedra, 22, 119-144.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1982). Stages in the acquisition of the Yizreel valley. Karka, 21-22, 47-51.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1983). Attempts at acquiring Sheik Munis on the eve of the First World War, Between the Yarkon and Ayalon (pp. 139-150). Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University Press.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1983). The founding and beginning of Herzlia neighborhood: The first Hebrew neighborhood on Mt. Carmel. Horizons in Geography, 9, 49-57.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1984). Ohel Moshe: Centennial of the Neighborhood and its Synagogues 1882-1982. Jerusalem: Misgav Publishers.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1984). An internal Zionist dispute on Jewish settlement outside the land of Israel: The case of Turkey. Zion - A Quarterly for Research in Jewish History, 49(3), 265-288.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1984). A comment on acquisition of land by Jews in Eretz Israel. Economic Quarterly, 122, 315-316.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1985). "Achuzat Bait" association 1906-1909: Laying the foundations for Tel-Aviv. Cathedra, 33, 161-191.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1985). Diffusion of the urban idea: The Tel-Aviv suburb as a model for plans to establish modern suburbs in Israel from the end of the first decade of the century until the outbreak of World War I. Horizons in Geography, 11-12, 108-127.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1986). Internal Zionist competition over land acquisition in Palestine: The establishment and activities of the 'New Society for the Acquisition of Land', 1912-1914. Zionism - Studies in the History of the Zionist Movement and the Jewish Community in Palestine, 11, 119-158.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1986). Ideology and urban development: Zionism and the origins of Tel-Aviv, 1906-1914. Journal of Historical Geography, 12, 402-424. 


Katz, Y. (1987). The attempted settlement at Kfar-Uria on the eve of World War I. Zion - A Quarterly for Research in Jewish History, 52(1), 45-55.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1987). Nationalist-capitalist initiative in the settlement activity of the private Zionist enterprise in Palestine. Jewish History, 2(1), 7-20.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1987). The colonization project of the Russian Zionists in Palestine on the eve of the First World War: The development of Achuzat Migdal 1910-1921. Cathedra, 42, 129-152.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1987). Zionist political action in Turkey, 1882-1914: The plan for Jewish settlement in the young Turks era. International Journal of Turkish Studies, 4(1), 115-135. 


Katz, Y. (1987). Zionist organization and urban Jewish colonization in Palestine prior to World War One. Jewish Social Studies, 49, 293-302.  


Katz, Y. (1988). The failure of a method: The English episode in the history of Karkur. In Y. Ben-Arieh and Y. Ben-Artzi (Eds.), Historical Geographic Studies in the Settlement of Eretz Israel (pp. 118-127). Jerusalem: Yad Yitzhak Ben-Zvi Press.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1988). Land prices in Palestine at the beginning of the 20th century and until the start of the First World War - Geographic variants and temporal dynamics. In A. Berglas and M. Fein (Eds.), Studies in Economics (pp. 139-157).  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1988). Cooperation among Jewish companies and organizations in land acquisition in Palestine 1900-1914. Zionism - Studies in the History of the Zionist Movement and the Jewish Community in Palestine, 13, 285-297.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1989). Zionist Private Enterprise in the Building of Eretz Israel (Palestine) During the Second Aliyah 1904-1914. Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University Press.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1989). Private Zionist initiative and the settlement enterprise in Eretz Israel in the early 1900s: Nationalist capitalism of private capital, The Land that Became Israel (pp. 275-286). Jerusalem: Magnes and Yale Press. 

Katz, Y. (1989). The evaluation of historical facts - A rejoinder. Cathedra, 49, 182.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1990). Abandoned settlements in Sharon: The case of Hefzi-Bah 1906-1930. In A. Degani, D. Grossman, and A. Shmueli (Eds.), Hasharon - Between Yarkon and Carmel (pp. 385-395). Tel-Aviv: Tel-Aviv University Press.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1990). The creation of national landholdings in Gush Etzion and South of Bethlehem 1940-1948: Variant practice in the work of the Jewish National Fund during the period of the British ban on Jewish land purchases. Cathedra, 56, 109-135.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1990). The failure of the veteran settlements and the ideological foundations of the Sejera farm - The opinion of the agronomist Ber Brutzuks. Horizons in Geography, 30, 81-87.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y., Ben-Arieh, Y., and Kaniel, Y. (1991). Historical-Geographical Studies in the Settlement of Israel (pp. 244). Tel-Aviv: Yad Ben-Zvi Press. (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1991). Jewish law and spatial and communal organization, Sacred Spaces and Profane Places - Essays in the Geographics of Judaism, Christianity and Islam (pp. 3-21). New York: Greenwood Press.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1991). The Zionist movement and the Palestinian mountain region, Judea and Samaria Research Studies (pp. 185-201): The College of Judea and Samaria.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y., and Lehr, J.C. (1991). Jewish and Mormon agricultural settlement in Western Canada: A comparative analysis. Canadian Geographer, 35, 128-142. 


Katz, Y. (1991). Jewish agricultural settlement in Canada in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Contemporary Jewry, 7, 283-310.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1991). Historical geography of the 87th annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Journal of Historical Geography, 17(4), 45-46. 


Katz, Y. (1992). Jewish agricultural settlements in Palestine, 1882-1914. Jewish Social Studies, 50(1-2), 63-82. 


Katz, Y. (1992). Transfer of population as a solution to international disputes. Political Geography, 11(1). 


Katz, Y., and Grossman, D. (1993). The dominance of nucleation: The Jewish experience in the early phase of Jewish settlement. GeoJournal, 31(4), 401-407. 


Katz, Y., and Reichman, S. (1993). The Jewish settlement in the Ezion Bloc 1967-1970: The final product and the original plan. Studies in Zionism, the Yishuv and the State of Israel, 3, 144-153.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y., and Lehr, J. (1993). Jewish pioneer agricultural settlements in Western Canada. Journal of Cultural Geography, 14(1), 49-67. 


Katz, Y. (1994). Jerusalem in S. Agnon's Yesterday before Yesterday, Writing the City: Literature and the Urban Experience (pp. 195-220). London: Routeledge Press. 


Katz, Y. (1994). The extension of Ebenezer Howard's ideas on urbanization outside the British Isles: The example of Palestine. GeoJournal, 34(4), 467-473. 


Katz, Y. (1995). The Jewish Colonization Association Jubilee Volume: A Compendium of Articles Presented to the Conclave Marking 100 Years Since the Establishment of the Association. Jerusalem: Institute for the Research of the History of the Jewish National Fund.


Katz, Y. (1995). Religion and settlement: The religious kibbutz movement and its settlement, 1935-1948. Middle Eastern Studies, 31(2), 253-280. 


Katz, Y., and Sandler, S. (1995). The origins and implementation of the Zionist conception of state borders. The Journal of Strategic Studies, 18(2), 146-168. 


Katz, Y. (1995). Identity, nationalism and place names: Zionist efforts to preserve the original local Hebrew names in official publications of the Mandate Government of Palestine. Names, 43(2), 103-118. 


Katz, Y., and Lehr, J. (1995). Crown, corporation and church: The role of institutions in the stability of pioneer settlements in the Canadian West, 1870-1914. Journal of Historical Geography, 21(4), 1-17. 


Katz, Y. (1996). The partition of Eretz Israel (Palestine). In Y. Gradus and G. Lipshitz (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography (pp. 307-320). Beer Sheva: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press. 


Katz, Y. (1998). Partner to Partition: The Jewish Agency's Partition Plan in the Mandate Era. London: Frank Cass. 


Katz, Y. (1998). Meyer Dizengoff and Akiva Arieh Weiss: Biographical essays, The Second Aliyah. Jerusalem: Yad Yitzhak Ben-Zvi Press. 


Katz, Y. (1999). The Last Best West: Essays on the Historical Geography of Ethnic Groups Settlement in the Canadian Prairies. Jerusalem: The Magness Press. 


Katz, Y. (in press). Yizhak Levi, The Second Aliyah. Jerusalem: Yad Yitzhak Ben-Zvi Publishers.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (in press). The attitude of HaPoel HaMizrahi regarding the plan to settle members of HaShomer HaZair in the Ezion Bloc prior to the establishment of the State of Israel. In the Paths of Renewal - Studies in Religious Zionism, 3.  (Hebrew)


Kellerman, A., and Ezaryahu, M. (1999). Symbolic places of national history and revival: A study in Zionist mythical geography. Transactions: Institute of British Geographers, 24, 109-123. 


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Liphschitz, N. and Biger, B. (1989). Cypress in Eretz Israel during antiquity. Israel Journal of Botany, 38, 35-45.


Liphschitz N. and Biger, G. (1989). Identification of timber and dating of historical buildings in Eretz Israel by dendrohistorical and dendrochronological methods. Dendrochronologia, 6, 99-110.


Liphschitz, N., Biger, G. and Mandel, Z. (1990). Did Aleppo pine cover the mountain of Palestine in the Past? Israel - Land and People, 5-6 (23-24), 141-150. (Hebrew)


Liphschitz, N., Gophna, R., Hartman, M. and Biger, G. (1991). Beginning of olive (Olea Europaea) cultivation in the Old World: a reassessment. Journal of Archaeological Science, 18, 441-453.


Liphschitz, N. and Biger, G. (1991). Cedar of Lebanon (Cedrus Libani) in Eretz Israel during antiquity. Israel Exploration Journal, 41, 167-175.


Liphschitz, N. and Biger, G. (1992). The Navot Kerem A vineyard or olive grove? Bet Mikra, 37, 119-121. (Hebrew)


Liphschitz, N. and Biger, G. (1992). Building in Eretz Israel throughout the ages - one cause for the destruction of cedar forests of the Near East. GeoJournal, 27(4), 345-352.


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